A video card is an expansion card installed inside?


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2011-10-20 02:54:49
2011-10-20 02:54:49

yes, its what enables the video card to be attached to the motherboard if I understand your question right


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Expansion cards in desktop PC's are installed on the motherboard.

Expansion cards are generally installed in PCI or PCI-e slots on the motherboard, although it would depend on which type of expansion card you are referring to.

Another name for a Graphics card is:Video CardExpansion CardorVideo Acceleration Card

Its not installed to windows, its placed into the motherboard

An expansion card can add additional functionality to a computer system. Example, you can triple the graphics capability's of your video by using a video card over your onboard video. This way there could be a lot of video game you can play now that you could not with your onboard video.

An integrated video card is "integrated" into the motherboard. That means the motherboard has a video card built in. A "discrete" video card means that you have a separate video card, one that typically plugs in to one of the expansion slots.

No. An I/O device can be either internal (installed inside the computer case) or external (installed outside the case). Internal: network card, sound card, video capture card, and video card. External: keyboard, monitor, mouse, printer, scanner, digital camera, and flash drives. pg 392, seventh edition

A video card or video adapter translates binary data into images.

The main way to tell which expansion card is the video card is to look at the plug. If it has a VGA socket, a display port socket, HDMI, etc., then you will know it is a video card. You may identify some of the chips on the card as being RAM, or you might find a fan on it, but these features are not exclusive to video cards. If that is the place where you plug your monitor, then it is a video card, unless of course you are plugging directly into the motherboard.

A video graphics card goes in a AGP slot. ( AGP: Accelerated Graphics Port )

it lets you add a sound,video card, wifi card ,things of that nature

Configuring the BIOS for the video card being installed Physically installing the video card Installing drivers for the video card Remove old video card from your computer (if you use on-board skip this step) Attach the new video card to your computer. Start Computer using on-board video and install drivers. Attach monitor to new card, if it still doesn't work disable on-board video in your bios. If everything is installed properly and computer has significant power graphics card should work properly.

Well, I tried to install it on my laptop and it didn't work because it needed a different video card so maybe its the same with your computer. ! :)

The Acer AM1202-U1850A comes with a pre installed video card.

There are video cards for each type of expansion slot (PCI, AGP, PCI-E, PCI-E 2.1 and even USB). It is normal to use the slot with the latest technology that your motherboard is equipped with for the video card.

A driver tells your computer how to use the video card you installed. Usually they are included with any software that you buy, if not, you can download it from the manufacturer's website.

Have you looked in the BIOS? Do you have the right drivers installed?

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No, you will not be able to add a video card to the Aspire L320. The system has onboard video and this cannot be replaced nor does the system have any expansion slots. Sorry dude

you either have a video card built into you motherboard or you have a card that connects to the PCI or AGP slots, if neither of those you can't see what your doing, but you can still run your computer

Expansion is the increase of distance qith time in between molecules. (in a snowballing process) Expansion boards, or expansion cards is to referred to as hardware that adds on to your motherboard, such as a modem, sound card, video card, etc. The expansion slots are the slots in the back of your computer that these cards fit in.

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